Official Club Stuff 2019 Membership Thread

gopies1981

Premiership Player
Joined
Feb 25, 2007
Posts
4,286
Likes
1,145
Location
Melbourne
AFL Club
Collingwood
"100,000 MEMBERS!!!" sounds better than "15,000 reserved seat season ticket holders + 85,000 people paying $50". So Richmond don't make the latter information available.
Richmond can boast about having 100,000 members but funny that Collingwood have 30,000 reserved seat holds and Essendon have 28,000 reserved seat holder more then Richmond has but yet we are currently 19,000 and 23,000 behind Richmond. Question is how many 3 game members do Richmond have?? Probably 60%
 
Last edited:

(Log in to remove this ad.)

Rabman

Club Legend
Joined
Nov 22, 2016
Posts
1,580
Likes
1,903
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
North Adelaide, Inter
Richmond can boast about thru have 100,000 members but funny that Collingwood have 30,000 reserved seat holds and Essendon have 28,000 reserved seat holder more then Richmond has but yet we are currently 19,000 and 23,000 behind Richmond. Question is how many 3 game members do Richmond have?? Probably 60%
Quite a few, Interesting there first 7 home games Collingwood, Sydney (docklands), Melbourne, Hawthorn Essendon, Geelong, no doubt will get solid numbers to all those matches. However there last 5 games are against Western Sydney, Port, Carlton, West Coast, Brisbane. I doubt many of those 3 game members will be turning up to those matches bar Carlton, maybe West Coast.
 

Kwality

Brownlow Medallist
Joined
Aug 14, 2011
Posts
15,978
Likes
5,031
Location
Tootgarook
AFL Club
West Coast
Richmond can boast about thru have 100,000 members but funny that Collingwood have 30,000 reserved seat holds and Essendon have 28,000 reserved seat holder more then Richmond has but yet we are currently 19,000 and 23,000 behind Richmond. Question is how many 3 game members do Richmond have?? Probably 60%
How many seats are these clubs allocated to sell to members for MCG home games? Tiges fans claim not to know.

I understand the Bombers have/had 40k+ at Docklands, all pre sold. Of course its Adelaide with their $s top of the pops !!

Puts some light on the 50k the Eagles sell & the wait list resulting.
 

TigerTime_89

4x Jack Dyer Medalist
Joined
Apr 3, 2018
Posts
2,326
Likes
3,670
Location
Mornington Peninsula
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Melb Storm, Liverpool, S Thunder
Quite a few, Interesting there first 7 home games Collingwood, Sydney (docklands), Melbourne, Hawthorn Essendon, Geelong, no doubt will get solid numbers to all those matches. However there last 5 games are against Western Sydney, Port, Carlton, West Coast, Brisbane. I doubt many of those 3 game members will be turning up to those matches bar Carlton, maybe West Coast.
We get a few more than usual to the GWS game, 5 week gap between home games.
 

TigerTime_89

4x Jack Dyer Medalist
Joined
Apr 3, 2018
Posts
2,326
Likes
3,670
Location
Mornington Peninsula
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Melb Storm, Liverpool, S Thunder
"100,000 MEMBERS!!!" sounds better than "15,000 reserved seat season ticket holders + 85,000 people paying $50". So Richmond don't make the latter information available.
Richmond can boast about having 100,000 members but funny that Collingwood have 30,000 reserved seat holds and Essendon have 28,000 reserved seat holder more then Richmond has but yet we are currently 19,000 and 23,000 behind Richmond. Question is how many 3 game members do Richmond have?? Probably 60%
Did Collingwood or Essendon release their break down last year? Not having a dig, just interested to have a look at them.
 

Craze

Club Legend
Joined
Aug 7, 2013
Posts
1,796
Likes
4,361
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Steelers
Richmond can boast about having 100,000 members but funny that Collingwood have 30,000 reserved seat holds and Essendon have 28,000 reserved seat holder more then Richmond has but yet we are currently 19,000 and 23,000 behind Richmond. Question is how many 3 game members do Richmond have?? Probably 60%
Not sure why this is relevant.

I'm a 3-gamer. In my mid-40's, self employed, often work weekends. I can only get to 3-5 games per year (happy to go general admin if necessary). I'm still a financial contributor to the club. Still a supporter. Why shouldn't I be counted as a member?
 

TigerTime_89

4x Jack Dyer Medalist
Joined
Apr 3, 2018
Posts
2,326
Likes
3,670
Location
Mornington Peninsula
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Melb Storm, Liverpool, S Thunder
The dollars are available for all clubs EXCEPT one, the Tiges.
Membership & Ticket Sales

  • Richmond - $29,645,214 (includes Merchandise)
  • Collingwood - $23,871,536
  • Adelaide - $21,497,388
  • Fremantle - $20,659,207
  • Geelong - $18,055,330
  • Hawthorn - $17,809,149
  • Essendon - $16,098,158
  • Melbourne - $15,190,267
  • Carlton - $11,295,680
  • St Kilda - $9,216,131
  • Western Bulldogs - $9,206,996
  • North Melbourne - $8,035,194
  • Gold Coast - $7,301,203
  • Brisbane - $6,057,458
  • GWS - $4,418,738 (includes merch)
I would take about 3 million off for merch.
 

Madtiger2006

Brownlow Medallist
Joined
Dec 18, 2005
Posts
20,102
Likes
10,653
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Richmond
Richmond can boast about having 100,000 members but funny that Collingwood have 30,000 reserved seat holds and Essendon have 28,000 reserved seat holder more then Richmond has but yet we are currently 19,000 and 23,000 behind Richmond. Question is how many 3 game members do Richmond have?? Probably 60%
Why reserve a seat for a year when you only need to do it 5 times a season?
 

(Log in to remove this ad.)

smasha

Premium Platinum
Joined
Sep 7, 2003
Posts
35,464
Likes
27,318
Location
Richmond Paddock
AFL Club
Richmond
Just so that this thread does not become boring would Richmond fans please post about other clubs......because fans of other clubs seem only to post about Richmond.

If we Tiges don't discuss the other clubs no one will !!!
#weareeveryonesgrandfinal

Quite enjoyable watching everyone talk about us.

Obsession for men.
 
Joined
Jun 7, 2016
Posts
1,050
Likes
1,500
AFL Club
Melbourne
Seeing there is a massive waiting list for the MCC they probably should introduce a 'use it or lose it' policy. If the person doesn't attend at least 5 events over a 2 year period then they should lose it.
Never going to happen for several reasons. Firstly, the members own the club so to get something like that through they would need to vote on it -- and it seems pretty unlikely a majority are going to vote for a rule that would see them lose their membership. Secondly, the whole financial model of the MCC actually means that they want to have a lot more members than people actually turning up to games.
 
Top Bottom